Description: One of the main reasons that LG Chem is dedicated to producing OLED is to spread its good quality light into the world. OLEDs possess novel and unique characteristics while being the world™s most human-friendly light source whose quality of light will eventually represent a higher quality
- Lamp Type: Other
Supplier: GPEG International Ltd.
Description: OLED - High Contrast
Description: LG Chem produces core materials (HIL, HTL, ETL) of OLED which is being spotlighted as the next-generation display and supplies them to major customers.
Description: LG Chem developed face seal type OLED encapsulants that has better features than conventional encapsulants to dramatically increase the life span of OED display devices.
- Form / Function: Encapsulant / Potting Compound
- Industry Applications: OEM / Industrial
Supplier: RS Components, Ltd.
Description: Type:OLED USB Display Kit; Resolution:160 x 128; Display Size:1.6 in.; Colour Depth:262144
- Type: OLED Display
- Color: Color
- Resolution: Other Screen Resolution
Supplier: Newark / element14
Description: OLED EVAL KIT, 128X64; Core Chip:DD-12864YO-7A; No. of Outputs:1; Kit Contents:OLED Display w/ Transition Board, USB Controller Card, Mini USB Cable & Software CD
- Category: Development Suite / Kit
- Features: Software Included
Supplier: Electro Rent Corporation
Description: Agilent U1253A AT-U1253A Handheld DMM with OLED Display 50,000 Count Option 001 includes bundled SMT grabbers, fine-tip test probes and soft carrying case.
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Society for Information Display New Products - March 2001
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